The THS Today crew is back with an update on choir’s performance in the new auditorium, this week’s band concert, and a look at debate’s showing at districts.
BY ROSA PRESTON Animal Crossing New Horizons is unsurprisingly popular, and if you’ve read Kaine Ene’s story on one of the latest updates, you may know that there is a good reason for that. It’s fun, it allows the player to be creative, and it allows friendly interactions […]
We talked with several members of the baseball team about their performance in the jamboree. Or listen on Spotify
BY ROSA PRESTON As many people know, the recent assembly was quite the show. The dance team, the cheerleaders, and our Courtwarming King and Queen nominees were all there, and let me just say, it was all amazing! Let us again congratulate Queen Delaney Crick and King Griffin […]
Here are some photos from the girls’ basketball team winning the district title. They play again tomorrow night in the State Quarterfinals.
The THS Today crew congratulates band on their performance, talks with a few members of the golf team about the golf team about their upcoming season, and they catch up with a few players on the girls’ basketball team to discuss a memorable district title.
Our sports crew take a look at the girls’ basketball win in the district tournament and talk one-on-one with Coach Page about tomorrow’s State Quarterfinal match-up. Plus we take a closer look at baseball season as it approaches. And we hand out our athlete of the week.
BY MOLLY SLOAN In terms of academics, the spring semester is almost always much harder for students than the fall semester. The end of the year is approaching, and students find it much more difficult to focus on their classes. By spring, most students are used to their […]
BY KAYA DWYER COVID has changed the environment at Truman High School, for better, or for worse. Regardless, students have continued to participate in great clubs and after school activities to stay connected; through these kinds of activities, students are kept socially sane. But, what about the students […]